The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 13, 1971 · Page 57
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 57

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Friday, August 13, 1971
Page 57
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Dennis the Menace Hwosetpe Appears Today RUT DUZ Short Ribs A WHIRLPOOL* WE'LL PC PROWNEP. STOP HOLLERING AVID CATCH THIS CANT IN MY HES UPSTAIRS TAKING A SATH ILL GO UP AMO SEE HIM FOR A MJNUTE (, BOY.' MY FEET I I" WHERE'S PAGWOOP TODAY ARE jusr · ( KILLING v TODAY/ 'Look Mr. Wilson! Did ya know you had a honey f actory in your bushes?' Rip Kirby PESMONP PANSEROUS · LATER. ( A S A MATTER OP FACT, . POOR PESMONP/ i WAS ONLV TR/INGTOHELP PETERS. you WILL pRive THIS YOUM6 WOA/Wi TO THE NEAREST PLACE WHERE SHE CAN GET A 'Another good thing about this job--you don't have to worry about advancement as there is absolutely no chance of any.' They'll Do It Every Time WHY DIP yOU HAVE TO OPEN THE TREE ONLY TO REVEAL TO US THAT WE HAVE NO GLORIOUS FAST? XAL7A MUST B£ PV!WSH£P B£FOR£ THE 60£S 0KtV£ US FROM THIS lAN0f WO£f THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE IS EMPTY. OH--WHWDID THE ANNOUNCER SAY? I COULDN'T HEAR. THOSE TWO BWS HAVE POOR KLUTZERSANPWICHEP TO THREE ANNOUNCERS ALLTHE OTHER HM? REALLY SUPPORTED THE VEA.H, RE/AEfABER BABE HER/VAN? HeK-HEH-AND FRENCHY OLt DODGERS THEY WOULDN'T HAVE HAD TO [THE-LATE BlRP \ pOES NOT EVEN CATCH THE (LATE WORM; THE EARUA BIRD CATCHES THE WORM"/ Crossword Puzzl JACOBY ON BRIDGE By OSWALD AND JAMES JACOBY Written !or NE4 Names Aniwer fa Prcyioira futxtc NORTH A 6 V A 9 7 5 3 33 WEST EAST V Q 6 4 VJ10S2 + K 9 4 4AQ10 *KQJ107 if.985 SOUTH D) 4AKQJ1075 V K 4 7 3 None vulnerable West North East Soufli Pass Pass Opening lead--* K The grievance committee of the Playitig Card Club was in session to hear complaints against players. The ace of spades, who is President and ex officio head of all committees, recognised his young brother, the ace of clubs. The ace of clubs cleared his throat and remarked, "I have a very severe c o m p l a i n t against South. Not only did he fail to make proper use of me bi)t he also used that horrible cliche 'aces are made to take kmgs' as he wasted my talents." ·We will leave It to you to decide if the vole of censure passed by the committee was justified. South plunked that ace of clubs on the king without any ACROSS 1 Daughter o£ Henry VH1 5 Barbara's nickname 9 Mr. Boone 12 Great Luke 13 Arrow poison 14 Miss Gardner 15 Cabot 17 Number 18 Quickness 19 Collects 21 Feminine appellation 23 Auticlc 24 Hope 27 London promenade 29 Preposition 32 Expunges 34 Joined in alliance 36 Live 37 Steal cattle 38 Having pedal digits 39 Canine animals 41 Affirmative vote 42 Barbara Geddea 44 Soaks flax 46 Fawned upon 49 Puff up 53 Building addition 54 Estimated too highly 56 Entire amount 57 Ibsen's -Helmer 58 Sea bird 59 Feast day (comb, form) 60 Soap frame bar 61 Feminina proper name DOWN 1 Netting 2 Plane surface 3 Chest bones 4 Irish poet 5 Bridle part 6 Beast . 7 Brummel 8 Feel 9 Fatherhood 10 Declare 11 Browns by the sun 16 United with stitches 20 Shadows (slang) 22 Demolished 24- Parks 25 Mountain (comb, form) 26 Diamond items 28 Big 46 Group o£ 30 Far off players (comb, form) 4? Spanish 31 Ancient Greek bulging pot theaters 48 Cry of 33 Having lateral bacchanals parts SO Philippine 35 Gloss sweetsop 40 Commands 51 Duration of 43 African office carnivore (pi.) 52MissFerber 45 Fine-grained 55 Ethiopian lock prince (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) thought although he did take time to utter the cliche about aces taking kings.' Then he led a club back. East held the trick with the eight and led a trump. South played on but wound up losing four tricks. South would have made his contract if he had simply played dummy's six of clubs at trick one. If West shifted to a trump South would draw trumps; take his king of hearts; enter dummy with that ace of clubs and discard one loser on the ace of hearts. If West led a second club South would wind up with an overtrick since he would be able to ruff a club and also discard a diamond on the ace of hearts. WHAT A GROOVY COUPLE ® HERE'S AN OLD \ PHOTOGRAPH SHOWING ) YOUR DAP AND ME ^\ A Q9NCETEAAA YOU AAADE « WERE yOLJ HAPPEN TO HAVE SOME OLDPRES CLIPPINGS SUCCESSFUL? A S A PANCE TEAM.I MEAN WHILE, IN A WASHINGTOM, RC:,OFRCE BWGEP NUISANCE, THESE SEARCH PARTIES R?OM THE RUSSIAM Sue. I KEEP HAVING TO CHANGE CAMP 5ITE5. ·REMEMBER A WHILE BACK, WHEN A RUSSIAN spy SATELLITE HAP A MALFUNCTION AMP UWNTENflONALiy THE LATEST MOSCOW RUMOR \ WHAT'S A GAS, PERT. WANT TO ! IT ABOUT? PUT IT IN THE BRIEFING FILE FOR LAUGHS? PRESENTED US WITH RARE GOOFY?" ftfc Hghfc..I T Knock ft off, Joel 1 am exploiting I Mr. Thorp te trying to my father.' / frighten you and make you feel guilty! «I -y On "the contrary..! sort/ of admire your vision of Eden...bufrl do think i you guys ought to face up to reality f And I say we take a vote to ask Mr.Thorp and ffe Dobbsto leave ·for fbrt Haven first thing in the morning!-- ^s, V

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